A bust of Franklin D Roosevelt is now on public display in Roosevelt Street in Yalta — the only street in Russia to be named after a US president. Yalta, of course, is where Roosevelt, Stalin and Churchill met to carve up the map of Europe at the end of the Second World War.
Commissioned in 1960 by Vyacheslav Kurashin, CEO of the Hotel Bristol, the sculpture was made by Konstantin Koshkin, and until recently was kept in the ‘museum’ of the hotel (seen here in the snow). If ever Trump visits Yalta, says the town’s administrative head, Andrey Rostenko, he will be taken down the street to look at the statue.
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